4 results for tag: web application

Upcoming Spotcycle update promises to make your favorite bike share app even better

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been upgrading Spotcycle to make it faster and easier to use (and even giving it a well-deserved facelift). We’ll be releasing the Spotcycle 4.0 for iOS and an update to 3.4.2 for Android users. We’ve built the latest version of Spotcycle 4.0 on the Spotcycle Lab project which means some of the features available in Spotcycle now (such as bike routes) will be phased out in our upcoming release. This also affects the Spotcycle update for Android. For those who had Spotcycle.net accounts, this is what it will mean to you after the new versions are launched: You will no longer be able to use bike routes; the ...

Bike path support added for Madison and Spartanburg in Spotcycle

Folks in Sparkle City and Mad City can take bike easy now with the help of Spotcycle! We've recently added support for bike paths in Spartanburg, SC and Madison, WI where B-cycle operates bike share system. Available for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices, Spotcycle is still free to download and use!

Spotcycle adds support for bike paths in Kansas City and Denver B-cycle schemes

Spotcycle recently added support for bike paths and lanes for the Kansas City and Denver B-cycle bike share schemes. The bike path and bike lane information is available in the mobile application as well as through the desktop Web application version. Get this info all in one handy app with Spotcycle over here!

Our latest Spotcycle application update for iOS devices and Web

Thanks to our diligent Spotcycle development team, the latest version of the Spotcycle Web app is now up and running, and the newest version of Spotcycle for iOS devices (Spotcycle 3.2) will be available for download shortly. In addition to adding new bike share schemes (a transparent server-side update for Spotcycle users), these latest application updates introduce a number of convenient features: iOS (mobile version) Added pie chart icon pin set for displaying available bikes and docks directly on the map Search for nearby local businesses, such as restaurants and shops using Google Places You can now pan through the map while ...